Logitech diNovo Mini

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Palm-sized mini keyboard with backlighting offers total control of your PC entertainment from your sofa. 63 backlit keys allow effortless text entry, even in low light. Two different backlight colors depend on the mode: orange for cursor mode and green for media control mode. Compact design of the Mini Controller fits comfortably in your hand. Dual-purpose Clickpad works as a touch pad or as a four-way directional pad to navigate menus and make selections. Bluetooth 2.0 technology allows long-range wireless control up to 30' away. Mini keyboard includes USB mini-receiver, power adapter, cleaning cloth and CD with software. Rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts up to one month between charges.


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Product Title: Logitech diNovo Mini

Manufacturer: Logitech

Lowest Price: $284.76 from Memory4Less.com

Power Score: 4.0 | 16 Reviews


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Product Reviews (15)

Not on Par with other Logitech Products

Strengths: Size, lit keyboard, strength of battery, attractive design

Weakness: mouse track pad is totally uncontrollable

Very disappointed with the performance of the mouse. Also should have extra "learned" buttons for control of basic functions; i.e., volume, mute, FForward, Rewind and Stop.

By anonymous; - Mar 29, 2010

Good HTPC Keyboard

Strengths: Small, Cover protects it from accidental keystrokes, Bluetooth

Weakness: Could use remote charging dock and Universal remote control functions, its very pricey.

Great little keyboard, its small but if you can thumb-type blackberry style your fine. It "fits in" with your remote controls and doesn't require a lap full of space. I bought it to replace a belkin remote keyboard and despite the price it is great.

By garbadgecat - Jun 24, 2008

The DiNovo is Mini Keyboard/touchpad.

Strengths: Bluetooth, good range. compact good and bad. Rechargeable battery. Back lighted keys. Expensive looking packaging. Fine Engineering/COol design. Works out the box, no software installation necessary.

Weakness: Huge software package, close too 200MBytes? A little flimsy/delicate. The keys are a little too small for HTPC. Expensive price. Instructions say native bluetooth support, not working.

Biggest concern is the touchy keys, seem they will not hold up to normal everyday use. The price is sort of high. $120 or so. I'm glad I bought it cause it's a one of a kind. I wanted a bluetooth trackball so long, but had to settle for this. I know totally different device, but has a touchpad. Software is bloatware. You don't really need to install it under Vista/Xp. I think the instructions say...
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By anonymous; - Jun 7, 2008

convenient control for Living Room Media PC

Strengths: small, easy to use, back-lit

Weakness: mouse is hard to use, no good for other purposes

bot this for my HDTV Media PC in the living room, and it works exactly as I expected.

The keyboard is small, well, I use PDA and iphone all the time, so no issue here for me.

The mouse is hard to control, will they can use something like the Track-Point of IBM or better touchpad like on notebooks.

By iSalon - May 28, 2008

The DiNovo is Mini Keyboard/touchpad.

Strengths: Bluetooth, good range. compact good and bad. Rechargeable battery. Back lighted keys. Expensive looking packaging. Fine Engineering/COol design. Works out the box, no software installation necessary.

Weakness: Huge software package, close too 200MBytes. Price. Feels like a Delicate piece of plastic. Keys could be bigger.

Biggest concern is the touchy keys, seem they will not hold up to normal everyday use. The price is sort of high. $120 or so. I'm glad I bought it cause it's a one of a kind. I wanted a bluetooth trackball so long, but had to settle for this. I know totally different device, but has a touchpad. Software is bloatware. You don't really need to install it under Vista/Xp. I think the instructions say...
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By hvfusioncl - May 24, 2008

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